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Build Bamboo plan with Plastic SCM

Hi, all

When I built Bamboo plan with plastic SCM. At the beginning, everything works fine when first link SCM to Bamboo and build.  Then I made new changesets(2) in SCM and tried to rebuild in Bamboo, error appeared "Plan could not be started. Exception: Changes from 2@*@localhost:8087 to its parent couldn't be retrieved: Error: Input String was not in a correct format."  Then I add new changesets(3) in SCM and rebuild, the same issue appears.

Could anyone please to tell me,  what should I do to solve this?



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Daniel Santos
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Dec 27, 2018

Hi @崔涵,

The plugin to integrate Plastic SCM was not developed by Atlassian therefore I believe this issue will be better addressed on Plastic SCM support. This is the page where you can get help from them:

I'll kindly ask you to share here the solution for this problem if solve it through the Plastic SCM support.

Hi, the above issue is solved. Cause the plastic version i used is too old(version 5.X). After it is updated to 7.0, the bug is then fixed.

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Daniel Santos
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Jan 03, 2019

I'll set this as an accepted answer so others can see this thread is resolved. Thank you for getting back to share the solution you found. I hope now you can do a lot of great things with Bamboo.

Take care.

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